Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Seven Layers of Security

This is an interesting article from Information Week about the seven layers of security used to protect Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, a government research laboratory.

Frankly, there's nothing new or brilliant here. It's basic IT security common sense -- encryption, awareness training, strong authentication and network segregation (he calls them enclaves).

But I like the presentation and think it makes a good quick handy guide for any information security professional.


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